Scapes – Land and Sea

Here are the front and back sides of the flier for the current exhibition, which opens to the public Tuesday 31st July then continues till 9th September.

Gallery North – Scape- Front

Gallery North – Scape- Back

Incorporated into this exhibition is a special two-man show of work by Graham Binks and Brian Dunford, ‘UPSTAIRS’.


There’s a lot of great work on show in this exhibition, including work by resident artists and photographers.

Here is just a small selection:


Portrait and the Figure

A striking new exhibition of paintings and photography celebrating portraiture, identity and the figure is now on show till Saturday 22nd July.
Featured artists: Nicola King, Lindy Dunbar, David Turner, Lorraine Harrison and Hugh Ford.



The new exhibition, featuring textiles and glasswork as well as a range of art by the resident artists, had its preview on Saturday 29th April, and will now run from 2nd May through to 3rd June.

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The gallery is open, as usual, Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 4pm.

Work is for sale, and an assortment of cards is available in the front hallway.

Final Day Of Water Themed Exhibition

Last chance to see this lovely eclectic exhibition, come and meet some of the artists and join us for organic coffee and cake – today, Saturday 22 April.

Waterweek Exhibition Pop Up Cafe

10 AM – 1PM · Gallery North – Hailsham · Hailsham

Please note, the gallery will then be closed for a few days while a new exhibition is hung.
The new show, ALCHEMY, opens with a preview on Saturday April 29th 12.00 – 4pm and will run until 3rd June.

New Exhibition – WATERWEEK4

The gallery’s latest exhibition opens on March 26th and will run till April 22nd.

For this exhibition curator Charlotte Still has invited artists to respond to the theme of Ponds and Water. The exhibition includes work by Judith Alder, Xaverine Bates, Christine Binnie, Nichola Bruce, Glenys Jacques, Emily Johns, Frances Law, Bern O’donaghue, Victoria Threfall, Material Collective and a number of the gallery’s Resident Artists.

The exhibition runs in tandem with other WATERWEEK events.

For more information visit: